Swansea City Boss Wants to Make Arsenal Keeper First Summer Signing

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Liberty Stadium side target Gunners custodian.

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Swansea City boss Garry Monk will look to lure Arsenal custodian Lukasz Fabianski to the Liberty Stadium this summer according to the Daily Telegraph.

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The 29 year old Polish international has been playing second fiddle to fellow countryman Wojciech Szczesny and appears ready to move on and a move to south Wales may tempt the keeper.

Fabianski has impressed in cup action and is likely to start the upcoming FA Cup final encounter with Hull City which could well turn out to be his last game for the north London club.

The former Legia Warsaw man moved to Arsenal in the summer of 2007 but over the course of the past seven seasons Fabianski has managed to secure just 30 Premier League starts and despite the offer of a new contract it seems likely the back-up starter will leave when his contract expires this summer.

A move for Fabianski would surely then leave Swansea City number one Michel Vorm considering his future under Garry Monk and the Dutchman is considered one of the best keepers in the Premier League and could well be part of Louis van Gaal’s 2014 World Cup finals squad.

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